KARACHI: More than 1,200 women in technology participated in the Women Tech Quest (WTQ) 2022 organised by 10Pearls University across three major cities on Saturday.

The competition was held in Karachi, Lahore and Islamabad, dedicated to help women gauge and showcase their tech skills. The competitions were held in the streams of coding, testing and design, and were classified in two categories.

According to a press release, 10Pearls co-founder Zeeshan Aftab said: “WTQ has accelerated careers of 4,000+ women, strengthened Pakistan’s tech industry with incredible talent pool, and provided women an established platform to shine and showcase their limitless potential.”

Published in Dawn, March 13th, 2022

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